argumentation

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
Mary Humphreys
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History / Social Studies
11, 12
High (9-12)

Civil rights is a recurring theme throughout American history. It can be explored from different time periods and with various events and documents. The focus of this module happens to be the P.A.T.R.I.O.T Act passed in 2001. From its passage it has been controversial because of limits imposed...

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
Vivian Masket
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History / Social Studies
Geography
9, 10
High (9-12)

Embedded within the high school geography course's unit on urbanization, which serves as a bridge between the study of physical and human geography, this module asks students to examine the effects of urbanization on both people and the environment. Students consider the variety and scope of...

Mock Trial

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Complex Project
Summit Public Schools
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English / Language Arts
11, 12
High (9-12)

In this task students will experience real-world application of argumentative rhetoric. They will create written and oral argumentation working independently and collaboratively; finally, they will conduct a mock trial. 

Debate

Certified
Complex Project
Summit Public Schools
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English / Language Arts
11, 12
High (9-12)

In this task students will experience real-world application of argumentative rhetoric. They will create written and oral argumentation working independently and collaboratively; finally, they will conduct a debate. 

English Language Arts
Educational Testing Service (ETS)
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This article shows how learning progressions — describing how students’ skills develop over time — can support teaching and assessments. It begins with a brief overview of research on learning progressions under the CBAL project, in order to demonstrate how test performance supports inferences...

English Language Arts
Educational Testing Service (ETS)
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In this paper, we provide a comprehensive literature review on the development of key argumentation skills to lay a foundation for a framework of the key practice, discuss and debate ideas, which is centrally involved in the expectations for academic reading and writing. Specifically, the...

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
0
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English / Language Arts
9, 10, 11, 12

This CCSS-aligned writing rubric can be used with any task that calls for students to construct an evidence-based argument. It assesses students’ ability to maintain a clear, credible claim; select and cite relevant evidence; develop an argument with sound reasoning and accurate explanation of...

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
0
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English / Language Arts
6, 7, 8

This CCSS-aligned writing rubric can be used with any task that calls for students to construct an evidence-based argument. It assesses students’ ability to maintain a clear, credible claim; select and cite relevant evidence; develop an argument with sound reasoning and accurate explanation of...

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Center for Collaborative Education (CCE)
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Interdisciplinary
9, 10, 11, 12

This common analytic rubric evaluates students' ability to craft a position or argument and communicate the position effectively in writing.

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Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (SCALE)
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English / Language Arts
10

This common analytic rubric can be used with English language arts performance tasks to assess research and/or argumentation skills.

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
Linda Muller
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History / Social Studies
U.S. History
6, 7, 8
Middle (6-8)

The Johnstown Flood of 1889 was one of Pennsylvania's greatest disasters. This module features using "The Johnstown Flood", a historical non-fiction text written by author David McCullough, as a book backdrop. Students will evaluate evidence from McCullough's book and other primary and secondary...

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
Sharon K. Thurman
Angie Howard
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Science
3, 4
Elementary (K-5)

While learning about the basic needs, adaptations, and ecosystems of animals, students will determine whether zoos are beneficial or harmful.